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it takes to restore the country. don't miss a second. let's go! ♪ ♪ >> glenn: hello, america. i want to talk a little bit about restoring america. because that is the question. i've asked you this week does it matter if the president is surrounded by socialists and markists? yes. because that is not a resto restorati restoration. that is a rebuild. you want to rebuild america. great, we have a guy that wants to build it in a different way. but what if you want to restore america? well, if you have ever restored an old building and i have because i learned in connecticut. i learned the definition of the word "quaint" means crap. don't ever buy a house that's quaint. because you will have to strip it down. if you live in historic district, it's a pain in the neck, but when it's done, it's worth it. okay. so if we want to restore america, we have to what? we have to figure out how did it start? what did it look like? what was the foundation? well, the foundation of america was stone. strong, strength. make sure it stands. what is it? it's faith. truth is the other piece of it. that's th
what much of america wants to know... >> i want to find out what your feelings are, and did you learn anything? >> i think the ad really polarizes people. i think that if you hate tiger, you're going to hate him even more. if you like him and you want him to have a comeback, you think it's kind of great. >> reporter: in the wind and rain at augusta, woods showed no serious rust from his five-month layoff. he quickly birdied the third hole, ending three under par after nine holes. showcasing why he's dom naiptd the pro tour for more than a decade, winning 71 times, including 14 majors help his unequal star power pushing official prize money to $277 million last year, up 300% from when woods first turned pro in 1996. >> in the last 12 years, he's done racialgable things for this game of golf. and everybody benefitted. >> reporter: until it all came crashing down, forcing the once tightly-wound woods to talk openly of deceit. >> i lied to a lot of people. >> reporter: and discovery. >> it's not about championships. it's about how you live your life. >> reporter: today, woods took a solid
. harry reid said, we have transformed america forever. is he right? >> well, as i say, there are going to be a lot -- there has to be attempts to undo a lot of that transformation. we were warned by candidate obama. we shouldn't be surprised. we were days away if the campaign from fundamentally transforming this country. this country that so many of us love and do not want to see transformed. steps toward insolvency, socialism. there will be a lot of attempts to undo this. >> sean: is this about western european socialism, is this an appeasement mentality the president has adopted? >> sure it is. this is the most radical president, radical speaker and senate leader we have seen in the history of the country. the american people are out-of-pocket rejecting everything they are putting forward. [ cheering ] >> sean: i think they agree. we watched the bribery, we watched the bullying. we watched the intimidation and all it took to pass this health care bill which is a take over of 1/ of the american company. you want to previously the health care bill. >> completely. >> sean: what is the s
this episode! ♪ ♪ >> glenn: so, hello, america. i was, i was on vacation last week. and i was at disney world buying a communist mao puppet for some reason they're selling there now. i'm thinking whatever happened to, whatever happened to -- what is going on in our country? what the heck is happening? how did we allow our country to get to this moment? it's so far beyond left and right and republican and democrat. it's so far beyond that. and then, i suddenly remembered, in my deepest, darkest moment of despair, i remembered something that nancy pelosi said. and it totally cheered me up. here it is! >> but we have to pass the bill so that you can find out what is in it. >> glenn: like can of nuts, you have to open it up to find outs what is in it -- find out what is in it. that's not what i -- [ squeaking ] not really what i expected. surprise! you know what i mean? you open it up and you're like huh-uh, that's not what i expected. now let's open up the healthcare bill. who doesn't like a good surprise or two? i mean besides me. you know, maybe you. especially when it comes to our country. it
play is serving only to muddy the waters furnished in an effort to keep america safe. which is what we are all supposed to be about. i personally thought that the bush phrase global war on terror was way too veiling. early -- too vague. team obama made it less precise to overseas contingencies operations. i love that now they have changed the name again this time to countering violent extremism. or cve. when a nigerian tried to blow up a plane over detroit last december it was appropriate to call him violent extremist. fort hood homegrown violent extremist. how about that chech neon suicide bomber. what is the one common denominator with all these cases? are we even allowed to ask that question? and then the most important question of all, does retiring the phrase islamic radicalism actually help keep america safer? look, president obama is right about one thing, this is not a war that's going to be won by military might alone. we will need to use every tool at our disposal. president obama should do more to call on all peace-loving muslims to rise up against the ruthless radicals to i
the ropes somewhere in america... there's a home by the sea powered by the wind on the plains. there's a hospital where technology has a healing touch. there's a factory giving old industries new life. and there's a train that got a whole city moving again. somewhere in america, the toughest questions are answered every day. because somewhere in america, more than sixty thousand people spend every day answering them. siemens. answers. >>> a 10-year-old received a big honor today. >> he became a man of the house after his military father died. what is debt left behind it made all the difference. -- what his dad left behind it made the difference. >> you should always help people. >> when he was four years old, his father, a major in the army, passed away. as he was dying, he wrote a collection of letters to be opened at each stage of his development. he was instructed to get good grades androtect his sister. >> he takes out the trask. he likes to tell me what to do -- takes o the trash. >> i do my homework. if i spell something, it helps me clean it up. >> willie was honored by lockhe
to obey the laws. that's where these ideas came from. >> but the united states of america -- >> don't deny the truth of this history. >> don't deny all of it is my point, pat. >> why are republicans in the south, like rick perry talking about succession, why are they talking about nullification? why is bill mccomb running down there for governor? this is the lynn ingo of the ci war fight? why are they ripping off the scab of the civil war? >> because it's becoming a dislike, and a lot of people are coming to detest their government -- >> the north. >> no, not the north. the government of the united states. >> they like their state governors and they don't like the national governments, that's right. there is a real feeling of people that they don't like this government. >> who was right in the civil war? >> i think in a way both sides were right. lincoln had a right to save the union. i think they had a right to go free. >> you cannot defend the right to slavery. >> robert e. lee was right to defend his fellow -- >> maybe if guys like him would have stood up and stuck with the union. if yo
offensive arms. >> [speaking in russian and then translated] the president of the united states of america barack obama. and the president of the russian federation, dmitri medvedev, are signing the treaty between the united states of america and the russian federation on measures for the further reduction and limitation of strategic offensive arms and the protocol to it. [captioning performed by national captioning institute] [captions copyright national cable satellite corp. 2010] [applause] [applause] >> good afternoon, everyone. i am honored to be back in the czech republic with president medvedev and r chour czech host for this treaty. happy to be back in the beautiful city of prague. the czech republic is a close friend and ally of the united states. i have great admiration and affection for the czech people. their bond with the american people are deep and enduring. they have made great contributions to the united states over many decades, including in my hometown in chicago. i want to thank the president and all those involved in helping to host this extraordinary event. i want to
old industries new life. and there's a train that got a whole city moving again. somewhere in america, the toughest questions are answered every day. because somewhere in america, more than sixty thousand people spend every day answering them. siemens. answers. so, at national, i go right past the counter... and you get to choose any car in the aisle. choose any car? you cannot be serious! okay. seriously, you choose. go national. go like a pro. >>> mitt romney a socialist? ronald reagan a leftist dreamer? rupert murdoch jumps the shark. >>> and the west virginia warnings, the miners were worried that methane levels were far too high before the explosion. and three months ago, inspectors found the fresh air relief systems were operating backwards, blowing out breathable air from the mine. >>> federal officials saying late this afternoon it is still too dangerous to send rescue crews back into a west virginia coal mine to search for four miners after an explosion killed 25 others already discovered. three workers complained to their congressman they were worried about unsafe working co
. this is not the sort of stuff that will fly with most americans out there. 20% of america, maybe half the republican party, perhaps. but not most americans. this isn't going to get job done in 2012 that's for sure. >> ron, i think once you investigate it for anti-americanism i think that you might be on her list. here's michele bachmann critiquing president obama today on his nuclear policy. i'm confounded about why she's upset by this nuclear policy, since ronald reagan was one of the great ideologist about getting rid of nuclear weapons in this war. let's listen to michele bachmann. >> we found out that the president said that he was going to change the united states' strategy on dealing with nuclear weaponry. did this shock anyone? so if, in fact, there is a nation who is compliant with all the rules ahead of time and they've complied with the united nations on nuclear proliferation, if they fire against the united states a biological weapon, a chemical weapon, or maybe a cyber attack, then we're not going to be firing back with nuclear weapons. >> i don't get that. i guess i'm waiting for the ap
america said when i fed the poor, they called mae saint. when i asked why people are poor, they called me a communist. these words of justice and economic justice are biblical words, the prophets of jesus. i wish he would have a conversation with some of us. this is at the mission of the church. all of us believe this. he really should stop attacking the churches here. it's not going to be good for him and for his mission. i won't be good for him. >> good to have you with us tonight. >>> telephone survey tonight, i asked do you think tiger woods learned his lesson? 53% said yes, 43% said no. that's "the ed show." back tomorrow night. . >>> the party of lincoln, let's play "hardball." >>> good evening. i'm chris matthews. down in washington leading off tonight, gone with the wind, talking about that proclamation of virginia governor bob mcdonnell of the human rights month. he didn't mention the civil war and now mentions slavery. why would a governor want to celebrate a war that fought to deny voting rights and rights all together, had 6 million americans footing at each other at point bla
america should wake up and care about what's going on today. >> well, i think we should care about what's going on today because anything that reduces the level of international tension or the threat of rogue nuclear weapons in the hands of whomever is a good day for people who enjoy living the lives we lead and the way we lead them. >> yeah. of course, the big concern when you talk about nuclear weapons today, as opposed to -- you know, when you were a teenager in 1947, from -- obviously, we had inspector of nuclear wars from 1940s through christmas day 1991 when soviet union collapsed but you just said it, big concern is nuclear weapons getting in the hands of rogue nations. >> that's an interesting point you just raised. because there are so many people in this country, specifically, i'd say over the age of 50 or 55 years of age, who have had their entire lives framed by the cold war and the threat of nuclear weapons from growing up in grammar school, getting positioned under the desk when they had the civil defense exercises to today when, you know, we have so much opportunity and s
that any of this is working? how is america safer today because we call this encountering violent extremism instead of islamic radicalism. >> what makes america safe is when the rest of the world does not trust us and they think we are at war with islam. if you are islamic nation you are not going to work with the united states on the level that we need to. obama is trying to reset that relationship. it's going to take time and not happen overnight. >> laura: lawyer we hear that about a lot of things it's not going to happen overnight. >> a lot of tough problems out there. no one expects. >> laura: talks going better because of this? >> this is a direct outreach to the muslim community around the world. >> laura: at some point you need a report card, nancy. >> want them to stop financing terrorism. safe haven. work with -- not against iraq. >> laura: obama administration's goal is to reach out, work with more people to try to tamp down and defeat this type of extremism. at some point -- you have to stop with the bush bashing because it's getting really old and tedious to a lot of people and
in the 1950s. plus america's jobless. >> it makes me just question what's going to happen? what are we going to do? how are we going get through this? >> how are we going to get through from unemployed to the boss lady. a frustrated job seeker stitches herself a home-based business and tiger woods tees off at the masters today. what do you think of his week in the spotlight and how about this? what do you think about his new tv ad? our blog question today at good morning, everyone. i'm tony harris. those stories and your comments right here, right now in the cnn "newsroom." -- captions by vitac -- >> we start with the setback in the search for four missing coal miners in west virginia. rescue crews made it inside the mine and they were forced to turn back because of the terrible air quality. >> they are in danger and that's the whole intent of evacuating them from the mine. >> okay, cnn's brooke bolduan on the scene from west virginia. first, the setback has got to be really tough to take for the family members waiting for any news at this point. >> reporter: yeah
for america's strength. and america's domination of the world today. i believe he comes from a much different political agenda than i or the mainstream american people on national security. >> reporter: still others question the wisdom of the shift in the nuclear posture. >> what did we get by the assurance to the world we won't use the nuclear weapons on a non-nuclear state? when we said, when we didn't have that promise we had proliferation. india, pakistan, south korea -- actually north korea. all of them got nuclear weapons. >> reporter: eastern european allies fearful of russia's power hopes president obama will make more aggressive use of nato to check moscow's regional ambition and they hope that nato, not just the russians will be integrated into any missile defense program the president decides to build. chris? >> chris: james rosen reporting from the white house. james, thanks. we'll knock down what is apparently another myth about global warming. and those seeking to make their political dreams a reality head to new orleans. are you receiving a payout from a legal settlement or ann
to nationalize the health care in the united states of america i turned to one of my colleagues on the floor and i said, this is it. we have got to file a repeal bill and he said, go for it. and so the next morning i was the first member of congress on the floor to slap down a bill to repeal obama care. >> do you believe that this bill that's passed into law is unconstitutional? >> well, i produced a 55-page report for indiana senator richard luger and in that report we question whether the federal government has the authority to mandate every individual to purchase a commercial product. this would be the first time in history that the federal government doesn't require you to join a program like medicaid or social security. all of those things are clearly constitutional. here you're saying that the federal government can require every person in the united states to purchase a commercial product. so i'm raising the question about the constitutionality and frankly i think it deserves a challenge. >> okay. and is this the only part of the health care law that you have a problem with? or are th
of america and we'd like to make them all obsolete and get rid of all of them across the entire fruited plain and the whole world. here's the thing, that's one of the things that makes us unique. that's what makes us the superpower. aren't we giving away the store by going down to zip? >> yeah, i mean, even if you want to get to zip, the united states needs to maintain a strong, credible deterrent because we need a bargaining chip in the discussions with the russians and the chinese. >> and president obama would like to see zero nuclear weapons in the world. >> he certainly does and the problem is, as i said, the russians and the chinese are not buying on to his vision. we have a fundamental disconnect between the united states. on the one hand, the russians and the chinese in addition to the iranians and the north korea koreans. >> here comes hillary. >> is she there? >> yeah. >> what do you think about that? >> certainly, you know, gates, i think, certainly wanted to be there for iraq. he also wanted to be there for modernization of the pentagon which is an important issue for him, to r
-- is often described the experience of living in america as a black man to experience something he attends to deep tissue muscle bruising. not the kind of thing you might be able to see but that kind of thing you feel, and make that makes itself present in the way that you might feel arthritis. what is there and it services and lets you know that it is there from time to time or go to the extent that he has that how does that inform? >> chris edley who is the dean of law school of berg weight and his non-obama for quite a while, and it is chris edley who once said race ain't rocket science. is much harder than rocket science. one of his friends at harvard law school practically from the first day of harvard law school was a woman named cassandra butts and cassandra butts worked with obama. she describes obama as a translator because of his unique -- the way you have an interpreter when you go to a foreign country and that person becomes your lens, and because obama grew up in a multiplicity of of worlds in a way that most of us do not, he is able to do that in a political sense. he can go
viewers on pbs in america, also around the globe. my name is mike embley. coming up later for you -- could this be the missing link? the skeleton found by a schoolboy in south africa that could be a new species of human. and the eye in the sky on global warming. europe launches a satellite to melt the polar ice caps. >> they have picked up -- to measure the polar ice cap -- icecaps. >> they have picked up. they will find out if it will do what is meant to do, to measure the state of the polar ice. >> hello to you. the american and russian presidents have signed a treaty committing to the biggest cuts in nuclear weapons as the cold war ended 20 years ago. long-range warheads have been cut by about a third. for many, the significance is not in the numbers, but in the new starts both leaders say it represents and the warning it makes for any nation seeking nuclear weapons. president medvedyev supported increased pressure on iran. we have this from prague. >> in prague, a day of history. the motorcades of two cold war adversaries snake through the old streets. the leaders of america and russia
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for watching and voting. good night, america. whoo! >> it spread far and wide. >> water outage spreads through baltimore county. when things get back to normal. >> high drama out of the courtroom. how a key witness defied a judge. >> they want change in annapolis and we will deliver it. >> rematch in the race for governor. what bob ehrlich told supporters after he kicked off the campaign. >> break from the heat tomorrow. but we can see strong storms, when it could happen, in the sky watch forecast. >> live, in high definition, from wbff tv in baltimore, this is fox 45 news at 10:00. >> good evening, i am jennifer gilbert, jeff barnd is off tonight. hundreds of thousands of baltimore county residents are still without water tonight. all because of a fire that happened at a bge facility along hillen road in towson. now the outage affects about a third of the county from falls road in the west to old harford road in the west, stevenson lane south, up north to sparks, karen parks is live in towson with new information on the repairs. karen, how is it going? >>well, jennifer, good news, is that som
, it's the best coverage in america. >>> we begin with threats made against nancy pelosi. law enforcement officials telling nbc news tonight that the fbi has arrested a northern california man, a san francisco man, for making multiple, threatening phone calls to speaker pelosi and to her husband. federal officials say the man made dozens of phone calls to her home in california, to her home in washington, d.c., and to her husband's business office approximate the charges remain under seal, but a federal official tells pete williams that the man will be charged with violating a federal law against making calls that annoy, abuse, threaten or harass. it's a charge that carries a maximum two-year prison sentence. according to this official who spoke with nbc, the calls were so numerrous, the decision was made that something had to be done. the associated press also quoting unnamed federal officials tonight as saying that in the threatening calls, the man recited speaker pelosi's home address and said that if she ever wanted to see her home again, she would stop health reform. this
critical to both of us and i just want to repeat how horrified all america was at the recent attacks in moscow. we recognize that that is a problem that can happen anywhere at any time and it is important for russia and the united states to work closely on those issues. and there is the people to people context, figuring out how we can make sure there is more interaction and exchange between our two countries on a whole range of issues within civil society. so i am optimistic we can come to new to make progress -- but we need to -- it speaks to not only security of the nation but security of the world. >> [speaking in russian of] >> [interpreter] yes, we have 9% of the stockpiles which is from the cold war legacy. we will do what we can to be taken in mind the special issue of the united states and russia on the issue. we do care about what is going on with nuclear arms and other countries of the world and we can't imagine a situation between the russian federation and the united states, taking efforts to disarm and the world will move toward a different -- printable different direct
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in america... there's a home by the sea powered by the wind on the plains. there's a hospital where technology has a healing touch. there's a factory giving old industries new life. and there's a train that got a whole city moving again. somewhere in america, the toughest questions are answered every day. because somewhere in america, more than sixty thousand people spend every day answering them. siemens. answers. youtube didn't exist. and facebook was still run out of a dorm room. when we built our first hybrid, more people had landlines than cell phones, and gas was $1.75 a gallon. and now, while other luxury carmakers are building their first hybrids, lexus hybrids have traveled 5.5 billion miles. and that's quite a head start. ♪ >>> a potential new use for the i-pad. a spinal surgeon in california is using the new apple gadget in the operating room. he has hooked it up to the room's wi-fi signal and can now zoom into where a patient's disk is herniated and give exact measurements, exactly what i plan to use my i-pad for when i get it. >>> it's shaping up to be a record spring
? >> on the occasion of our birthday, where america's leaders start their day and this is where my day ends. >> gets on a park bench in central park. willie geist, what have you learned this morning? >> reporter: i learned at the augusta municipal course from one wise man, who said, don't blame tiger, if you put a man in a bin full of apples, don't be mad when he takes a bite. >> oh, my goodness. that is brilliant. okay. and i've learned that tomorrow on "morning joe" we're going to be having an event. mike barnicle and savannah guthrie are going to be -- it's going to be "morning mike." >> that will be a mess. that is awful. >> guys, what time is it? >> it's "morning joe." but right now it's time for "the daily rundown" with chuck and savannah. >>> signed, sealed, delivered, but not yet ratified. can president obama get the landmark nuclear pact with russia through the senate? we're live in prague this morning. >>> plus up in the air and above the law. a qatari diplomat sets off a terrorism scare aboard a united flight. why there won't likely be any charges. good morning. it's april 8th, 2010. i'm
over with one of america's biggest creditors, realigning the chinese currency. donald trump is saying we're looking like successors and beggars and joins us on the phone. you were on top of this chinese situation before really any prominent american executive. your big worry is they're taking us to the cleaners. >> i know china and many of the people in china and many of the big business people and they're laughing at us, they think we're stupid and our representatives are so stupid, they can't believe what they're get aig way with. they take our money, suck it out of us, we charge them virtually no tax and no tax and they loan it back to us and then they have our treasury bills and we say we have to be afraid of china because they have our treasury bills. the problem is we don't manufacture anything anymore. i bid furniture out on major project add i have six bids. every bit of furniture is being made from china. the one from america is more expensive because of the other problems that have been caused by us. so you know, if -- >> neil: why wouldn't you give the american company the
friend of his, and pfizer of his often describes the experience of living in america as a black man you experience something that he attends to deep muscle tissue bruising. not the kind of thing that you might be able to see that the kind of thing that you sort of fuel and the eight that makes itself present in the will you might feel arthritis in the reign. it's there and is surfaces and let you know that it's there from time to time. from the extent he has that how has that informed? >> chris headley, the dean of law school at berkeley and has known obama for quite a while i think it is also chris headley who said race and rocket science, it's harder than rocket science. [laughter] one of his friends at harvard law school from the first day of harvard law school is a woman named cassandra butts and she was a friend to this day and has worked with obama and describes obama essey translator because of his unique interpreter. somebody the when you have an interpreter when you go to a foreign country and that person becomes your lanes, and because obama grew up in a multiplicity of wiltz
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is the month in which the people of virginia joined the confederate states of america in a four-year war between the states for independence. oh, that's what we're calling it now, a four-year war between the states for independence. sounds awesome. is that all it was for? proclamation goes on, whereas virginia has long recognized her confederate history, the numerrous civil war battlefields that mark regions of the state, those who fought for their homes and communities and commonwealth in a time very different than ours today, and whereas, it is important for all virginians to reflect upon our commonwealth-shared history, to understand the sacrifices of the leaders, soldiers and citizens during the period of the civil war -- you notice anything missing here in all the whereas', in this call to remember confederate soldiers fighting for their homes and communities? in the war of independence? did you notice the lack of mention of something else the confederacy might have been fighting for? the last time a republican governor in virginia tried to celebrate a confederate history month in v
. it doesn't really work from what united needs, especially latin america and europe presence, which they lack. but giving that they can't get that, maybe this is what they're going to do instead. they have to do something. they're not doing well as the status quo. >> nobody's making any money. that's not true. southwest is profitable. i don't think anybody else is profitable. is this like too many seats, chasing too few passengers? is this the ongoing problem in that business? >> no, i don't think it's so much too many seats chasing too few passengers. look, you know, and in this respect i disagree with almost everybody. i think the industry -- this is an industry that needs some regulation. the fact is,it isn't that we have too many seats, it's that we have too many alternative products offering exactly the same thing. let me give you a great example. delta has recently announced they're going to add 12 daily flights between laguardia and chicago. we have all the service we need between laguardia and chicago. delta brings nothing to the party. all they're going to do is drive down
forth america's national security strategy. god, i am already board by this topic. under the bush administration it says, quote, the struggle against militant islamic radicals is the conflict of the early years of 21st century, unquote. well, not anymore, not anymorers. president obama's advisors are removing religious terms such as islamic extremism and jihad from the strategy. the change is part of the administration's long-term efforts to engage the muslim world by emphasizing that america does not view muslim nations through the lens of terror, but rather countries filled with rainbows and unicorns and little elves that make toys for children. and while skeptics say obama is politically correct and tone deaf, they say poppy cock. can we end with something that makes the story kind of interesting? >> ♪ and i ♪ will always love you >> rick, you were openly weeping during that clip. good for you, rick. it touched you. >> it touched me in places i didn't know existed. >> that's happened before with you. i will go to you, neolle. i -- noelle. i bet you are behind removing relig
sedan in america: the taurus sho, from ford. drive one. . >> larry: we were withstandly stewart who survived the upper big branch mine explosion. stanley, after you got out, you helped get others out or were you bringing out bodies? what were you doing after you got out? okay. do we have the governor? we apologize. stanley stewart, we couldn't make a connection. we're expecting to talk to the democratic governor of west virginia, governor joe manchin. governor manchin is in charleston, west virginia. what's the latest you can tell us about the four missing men, governor. >> we're working feverishly. i just returned from the mine. i came up to do the member or y yum for the davis family. we lost the oldest brother, two grandsons and nephews, good, strong people, we just attended that. i'll be heading back down to the mine. before i left, as you know, they bored the holes down. you were probably watching the press conference. they're making decisions right now and trying to make sure that the air is safe enough for the rescue teams to go in. we spoke to the families earlier, larry, an
, president obama, in america. [ speaking in russian ] . . >>> the president of the united states of america, barack obama, and the president of the russian federation, dimitry medvedev are signing the treaty between the united states of america and the russian federation on measures for the further reduction and limitation of strategic offensive arms. >>> if you are just joining us right now, you are looking at president barack obama and president dimitry medvedev. an agreement to shrink the arsenal to about 1500 warheads. that would allow for the mutual destruction several times over. it is sending a signal to the world about nonproliferation. it is no accident this is taking place in prague where a year ago he gave a speech about eventually hoping to rid the world of nuclear weapons. we are seeing a part of that in action right now with this agreement that as michael levee from the council on foreign relations has been talking to us about. it hasn't been easy to come by. ed henry told us, ten phone calls, five face-to-face meetings to get to some agreement. what were the biggest hang ups
. truth, lies, and videotapes, on "america live" right now. >>> but we begin with a fox news alert, the feds now say they have put an end to a terrifying string of attempted bombings targeting americans. just an hour ago, atf agents announcing this guy, larry north, is now being linked to a series of explosives left in postal drop boxes across texas. at least three dozen incendiary devices placed in 23 different locations since the beginning of february. k rivment s gutierrez, live from the dallas bureau with the breaking news, kris, how did they catch this guy? >> megyn, prosecutors are telling us that 52-year-old larry north had been on the radar screen and considered a person of interest for the past week, so what they did is made a surveillance team follow him everywhere he went, 24 hours a day and actually one of those surveillance teams reported they saw him putting another explosive device into a mailbox in a shopping center outside of a tyler shopping mall. they saw him do that yesterday. then when they moved in to arrest him they said they found another explosive device in
mainstream -- the tea party reflecting mainstream discontent in america. there are folks trying to figure out how to use two-party energy going toward the midterm elections this november -- tea party energy going toward the major elections this november. some were looking for sarah palin to be the leader because they don't currently have a leader right now. others were saying dick armey. but what we are seeing is it is really a grass-roots movement. and again, the concerns are across-the-board and across political as well as racial lines. when you ask americans about the tea party itself, you find that it is about 25% who say that they disapprove, about 30% who say they approve, but most americans do not have an opinion or have not even heard about the tea party. that itself is not the issue. i think it is picking up on this anxiety about the direction of the country is going in with regard to the economy and politics. praise comes into it only in this regard -- race comes into it only in this regard, that when you look at health care, polling comes from older, white americans who are worried
commercial has america talking. very controversial, i think. >>> first, this is the story that has me fired up last night and tonight and a long time until we get changes. remember ted kennedy said, when does the greed stop? great question. at this hour. there are still missing men in the upper big branch mine. rescue crews are frantically trying to find a way to save them. poisonous gases have filled the underground tunnel since monday's afternoon blast. and 25 families missing a loved one. this tragedy, i think, squarely sits on the desk of the ceo of massey energy and that's don bla blankensh blankenship. i think you ought to get to know this guy a little bit. last night, i was talking about the haves and have-nots and labor, blankenship is a right wing activist millionaire who sits on the boards of the u.s. chamber of commerce and national mining association. dozens of other active tunnel mines owned by this company, massey energy, have run up thousands of safety violations this year. 100s hundr hundreds of those citations have thousands of violations of methane build up. 41 other under
: welcome, i'm bill hemmer in "america's newsroom". martha: good morning, bill, good morning, everybody, i'm martha mccollum. reports say there were no explosives found in this situation, diplomat is not expected to face charges. here's what one woman about it from her husband who was on the plane. >> he called, said there's an incident, some guy got mad in first class and had a tantrum, the way he described it, he was kind of chuckling about it, and he said he probably tried to -- they thought maybe he tried to ignite something, he said he was probably just trying to smoke or something, and that's all he knew, har march some guy getting mad in first class, don't you hate it! we're going to have a live report from denver on all of that in moments from now. bill: not a genious on board that flight, not by a long shot, 156 passengers on board. martha: f-16s scrambled. bill: at this moment, rescue crews are working on their on foot through the upper big branch coal mine in west virginia, searching for four missing miners since a blast killed 25 colleagues on monday, the worst mining disaster
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a jury heard that the boy scouts of america have a long history of the same problem. and the charges that scout officials handled it the same way covering it up. there is no fail-safe method of screening out abusers. >>> the associated president said five days before tight announceed a massive recall, a u.s. company executive wrote in an internal e-mail we need to come clean about those accelerator problems. the retired executive wrote the e-mail as toyota officials were going to washington to discuss the crisis. >>> we got a warning about a jewelry web site targeting customers. and promises of discounts on tiffany jewelry. >>> a great day in ocean city. not ours but we are sharing those thoughts. [ laughter ] >> i have been thinking about it all day. temperature around 90 today. >> 93 was the old record it didn't get there. and a cool front in our direction. when that arrives next. it's the chevy spring event. and everyone deserves a car they can count on. one that's backed by a 100,000 mile powertrain warranty. and named a consumers digest best buy, two years in a row. discover mal
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for middle america it is probably $60,000 equivalent in new york. because of the cost of living there. those people are going to be close to paying that big chunk of money. what we have is a situation that thomas jefferson warned from the beginning. when you reach the point where people feel like they don't have to pay anything and getting money out of the treasury for nothing there's no end to the amount of government people want. one of the things i'm amazed at is how much popular support there is for tax cuts. when almost half the people don't pay taxes any way and they wouldn't benefit. most americans realize what makes the economy go in america businesses and jobs created by people who have money and invest in businesses. >> greta: the whole tax code is profoundly complicated. i don't know about you, i think a lot of people -- i may be guilty of this, hire somebody to do my taxes i'm not a tax lawyer, i sign and hope for the best. >> i my own taxes because of that i want to make sure that i'm going through the pain that everybody else does i i it takes me a long time but it is important
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're watching gmt on bbc "world news" with me me, george, on the day russia and america sign a new arms reduction treaty. let's go to prague and thereon some of the questions the leaders are taking. >> the united states and russia are prepared once again to take leadership in the direction of reducing relines on nuclear weapons and preventing the spread of nuclear weapons as well as the spread of nuclear materials. that we will have built the kind of trust not only between presidents but also between governments and peoples that allows us to move forward in a constructive way. i've repeatedly said that we will not do anything that endangers or limits my ability as commander in chief to protect the american people. and we they missile defense can be an important component of that. but we also want to make clear that the approach we've taken is in no way intended to change the strategic balance between the united states and rush ape and i'm actually confident moving forward as we have these discussions that it will be part of a broader set of examples on how we can take tactical nuclear w
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